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season was in 2003. they are about to kick it in high gear. noelle walker is live in san francisco where fans hope to catch the post season magic. >> reporter: willie mayes plaza is decked out. it was not just baen radios but people decked out in orange and black for a rally if they are an a's fan or a giants fan, this is the time to have fun. >> reporter: a dance party under the palm trees, the giants heading to the playoffs is it. >> let's go giants! >> reporter: the sun is out on the plaza. they have their rally packs for tomorrow's game. >> you are excited to get ready for the playoffs. it is exciting. [music] >> does your boss know where you are today? >> no, i got the day off. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: a's fan spent the day scooping up play off's gear. >> we have 48 hats and they are going fast. >> reporter: the team store is hopping. something it does not see every day. >> that is the special thing about it. it was unexpected. wednesday, the title was clinched and the crowd went craziy. >> 40,000 -- crazy. >> 40,000 people screaming about the same thing t it -- same
is being investigated as arson. ktvu's noelle walker is live where the mayor told you he thinks there is something bigger going on here. >> reporter: yeah. the mayor told me before the fire here this weekend that this office had the windows broke on out and at his campaign headquarters. >> reporter: when he stood outside his charred law offices he had one thought. >> disbelief. i mean, just doesn't seem real. >> reporter: we talked to him today. >> i am not fearful for my life. i am concerned for my family. i have had written threats. verbal threats. telephone threats but none risen to the level of this dangerous crimical conduct -- criminal conduct. >> reporter: the fire was no accident. >> we have confirmed it was an intentional device that started the fire. >> we believe what happened is arson. >> reporter: being mayor is a good way to make friends and enemies. >> avenue day you are -- every day you are making decisions, haveing a meeting, doing -- having a meeting, doing something that someone isn't going to like. >> reporter: there have been low points, three years ago he m
at a suspect. ktvu's noelle walker is live near the scene to explain what led up to the shooting. >> reporter: heather we're on lincoln, which is closed to traffic. i'm going to step out of way so you can see the investigation goes on. i'm told lincoln will be closed for traffic for the next several hours while officers involved this officer-involved shooting. crime scene evidence markers mark the spot at very edge of the city where people come to take in the scenic views. police say money came to break into a car. >> one of our officers witnessed someone trying to break into a vehicle. when he approached that person, the suspect tried to run him over with a vehicle. >> reporter: that is when the u.s. park police officer fired his gun, several times, hitting the suspect vehicle. >> the suspect left the area. we have done a search for the vehicle, but have not yet found it. >> reporter: tonight police set up roadblocks, checking cars, letting only presidio residents through. >> we take the safety of our officers and the visitoors very seriously and at all-times we were looking to as we cont
this morning. noelle walker tells us what the suspect allegedly told police about her dame. >> so we come this evening to honor heather carroll. >> reporter: in times of sorrow, there is strength in numbers. friends and family gathered today to say goodbye to a young mother whose life ended too soon. 25-year-old heather carroll was reported missing on wednesday. fliers dottedded town of hollis section include one taped to the garage of a family friend's how's, the home where police say they found her body. >> you would think that somebody who is a close relationship would put posters up and participate potentially in her search. not knowing at the time everybody else that you might have had something to do with. >> reporter: neighbors on this cul-de-sac were told to evacuate and richard curry didn't hear the order. >> i took a nap and the cop goes get back in your house. >> it was weird to see people with guns on our street. >> reporter: investigators with the state crime lab collected evidence all day. police say the suspect told investigators he got into an argument with the victim a
drivens. noelle walker is live where the debate is between your waste line and your bottom line. >> reporter: the no on measure n are paying for billboards popping up all over the city. tonight the no on measure n people are trying to convince voters that a yes vote would be bet every for their health. sodas and fruit drinks are popular, accessible and relatively cheap. if measure n passes drinks would cost a penny more an ounce. >> init's a regressive tax that hurts the people that can least afford it. >> reporter: taás one of the arguments the coalition against the beverage tax is making the group spent $2.5 million to put up billboards and hire san francisco media firm, chuck finnie is their spokesperson. >> it's going to result for higher grocery bills whether or not they drink soda. >> reporter: without billboards the yes on measure n people are relying on town hall meetings like this one tonight, word of mouth and information on the impact on health because of sugary drinks. the statistic from the dcd, half the population has a sugary drink each day. teenage boys are the
and drivens. noelle walker is live where the debate is between your waste line and your bottom line. >> reporter: the no on measure n are paying for billboards popping up all over the city. tonight the no on measure n people are trying to convince voters that a yes vote would be bet every for their health. sodas and fruit drinks are popular, accessible and relatively cheap. if measure n passes drinks would cost a penny more an ounce. >> init's a regressive tax that hurts the people that can least afford it. >> reporter: taás one of the arguments the coalition against the beverage tax is making the group spent $2.5 million to put up billboards and hire san francisco media firm, chuck finnie is their spokesperson. >> it's going to result for higher grocery bills whether or not they drink soda. >> reporter: without billboards the yes on measure n people are relying on town hall meetings like this one tonight, word of mouth and information on the impact on health because of sugary drinks. the statistic from the dcd, half the population has a sugary drink each day. teenage boys are the
. and downtown, noelle walker with a look at how the city is getting into the spirit. >> reporter: every good party needs some mood lighting so check this out, we have a theme going here. so we asked the experts how did they do that? san francisco has a reputation for being a colorful city but at night it's just one color. >> we call it giant's orange. >> reporter: jim kidd is electrician at the auditorium. where they change lights more often than the seasons. >> that's st. patty's day right there. >> reporter: they use spotlights to give the auditorium its light. >> we try to do what city hall is doing so we can match. >> reporter: san francisco is wash in orange. >> today is going to be fantastic. >> reporter: john hunkiewicz made coit tower look like a orange pop cicle. sitting the color orange is sate to stand for vitality and endurance. >> while the giants keep winning they will stay orange. >> reporter: noelle walker. >> the world series picks up with game three tomorrow in detroit. the first pitch coming at 5:07 our time. while the team is away, san francisco city officials are gearin
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